Sonja Morgan is excitedly helping her daughter, Quincy Adams Morgan, get settled in her chic new home.
"Daughter's first [apartment]," The Real Housewives of New York City cast member captioned an Instagram Story photo of Quincy's living room featuring colorful artwork, a chic gray coffee table, a modern floor lamp, and an eye-catching blue-and-white rug from Ruggable, which Sonja noted Quincy "can throw in the wash."
The room also boasts a large sectional sofa from Arhaus, which Sonja deemed a "lifetime investment."
On August 25, Sonja shared several videos as she and Quincy packed up a moving truck with many, many boxes. "This is enough for a whole house, my darling," Sonja said with a laugh in one video as she looked at her daughter's belongings piled into the back of the truck. "Look how much she has!"
The milestone was just one of many big moments for Sonja this summer. After giving up her Columbus Circle apartment earlier this year, Sonja recently moved back into her Upper East Side townhouse, which is currently on the market for $10.75M.
Before settling back into the five-story house, where she now has a hilariously relatable work-from-home setup, Sonja was renting the property and acting as the "landlord," as she explained on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen in July. While waiting to move back in, Sonja temporarily hunkered down at Dorinda Medley's apartment, where she filmed the same WWHL episode.
"What am I doing here without Dorinda? She’s in the Berkshires," Sonja explained at the time. "Dorinda said, 'Stay at my place.'"
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